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The FAA strengthens the surveillance of southwest with rancor with mechanics

Story Continued Below In the suit, Southwest claims that the AMFA mechanics have been writing frivolous reports of cosmetic and minor maintenance problems that have caused Southwest to interrupt or delay flight while the plans taken out of service to handle the infringements. The airline also suggests that these incidents had nailed so much that it could only be a coordinated campaign from the Mechanical Association. Ali Bahrami, chief of aviation safety at the FAA, wrote to both parties on Friday to say a breakdown in their relationship "raises concerns about how the airline's security management system continues to work." "In the middle of disputes, I write to emphasize the importance of cooperating with FAA standards with the highest level of security in the airline's operations, Sade Bahrami. An FAA spokesman said the agency has increased its airline surveillance "as a standard practice." This article was tagged under: Missing the latest buckets? Sign up for POLITICO Playbook and get the latest news every morning – in your inbox.

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In the suit, Southwest claims that the AMFA mechanics have been writing frivolous reports of cosmetic and minor maintenance problems that have caused Southwest to interrupt or delay flight while the plans taken out of service to handle the infringements. The airline also suggests that these incidents had nailed so much that it could only be a coordinated campaign from the Mechanical Association.

Ali Bahrami, chief of aviation safety at the FAA, wrote to both parties on Friday to say a breakdown in their relationship “raises concerns about how the airline’s security management system continues to work.”

“In the middle of disputes, I write to emphasize the importance of cooperating with FAA standards with the highest level of security in the airline’s operations, Sade Bahrami.

An FAA spokesman said the agency has increased its airline surveillance “as a standard practice.”

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